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The newly formed Lebanese cabinet deserves a chance

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The newly formed Lebanese cabinet deserves a chance

The newly formed Lebanese cabinet deserves a chance By Ghassan Michel Rubeiz A popular uprising forced the resignation of the Lebanese prime minister and his cabinet last October. But a strong self-serving government and a very unpopular parliament are still operating with full force. The uprising has a long way to go to achieve its…

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Ilhan Omar faces challenge from Arab Muslim woman

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Ilhan Omar faces challenge from Arab Muslim woman

Ilhan Omar faces challenge from Arab Muslim woman A crowded race is brewing in the 5th Congressional District in Minnesota that will be interesting to watch. First term incumbent Democrat Ilhan Omar has four challengers in the Democratic primary and there are six Republicans in the GOP primary. One of the Republicans is an Arab…

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Why Israel has an interest in a militant Iran

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Why Israel has an interest in a militant Iran

Why Israel has an interest in a militant Iran Despite the aggressive rhetoric. from Israel’s leaders, Israel benefits from Iran remaining a militant extremist regime. Israel has secretly supplied Iran with weapons and exploits the perception of Iran as a radical nation against the reality of Israel’s needs for a “bad guy” in the region…

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Our Arab identity is being smothered by our religion

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Our Arab identity is being smothered by our religion

Our Arab identity is being smothered by our religion Arab Christians are marginalized, ignored and pushed aside by everyone even though we can play a critical role in trying to bring the East and the West, the Christian and Muslim Worlds, together towards understanding. This issue surfaces all the time and most recently when the…

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The Unbearable Burden: Sudan’s Crippling Economic Crisis and the absence of Plan B

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The Unbearable Burden: Sudan’s Crippling Economic Crisis and the absence of Plan B

The Unbearable Burden: Sudan’s Crippling Economic Crisis and the absence of Plan B By Magdi A. Mofadal It is known that the Transitional Government of Sudan inherited a lot of challenges from the deposed regime; chief among them is the crippling economic crisis. This crisis was the driving force behind the popular protests that culminated…

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Christ to Cronkite: Call for Unconditional Love

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Christ to Cronkite: Call for Unconditional Love

Without an evolutionary worldview, Christianity does not really understand, much less foster, growth or change. Nor does it know how to respect and support where history is heading. By Eileen Fleming American author and Franciscan friar Richard Rohr writes prolifically about the need to unite contemplation/deep thought to direct actions to help heal people and our…

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